The Diego Brown and the Good Fairy travelling song machine is parking the mobile jukebox for a night in Luton’s revered Hat Factory, scene of many hats been manufactured once upon a then. In charge is the mighty Lee Nelson, poet and Luton based person, so the whole bill promises to be both technically brilliant, from
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Come and experience an incredible line-up at November’s Clerkenwell ARTSlab. Our most experimental yet – mind-bending song, stories, comedy and cha-cha from the kings and queens of all that. Plus chips and cake. Here’s why we can’t wait to get stuck in: PARENTHESIS… prince of smooth-talking, forward-thinking, backward-walking electronic pop. His supernatural torch songs will break
Is this our most lavish line-up yet? Upstairs at the Betsey Trotwood has never felt more like Oscar night – as an incredible line-up of proper writers and musicians lights up the May Clerkenwell ARTSlab in gloriously unlikely 6D. Novelist JOE DUNTHORNE (Submarine, Wild Abandon) does poetry. Musical storyteller BOB KARPER does the dark side.
It’s a scarily good line-up for the hippest Monday night artslab in town. The club that’s fast gaining a reputation for subverting the laws of physics and stuff welcomes the brilliant Dan Antopolski to speak amusingly on a range of topics Gabriel Moreno to prove poetry is alive and kissing Chris Dowding and Ben Higham to
It’s official. After a successful pre-summer start-up roll-out, we’re re-uploading the real-world app at The Betsey Trotwood, Farringdon. Starting on 26 September 2016 with headliner John Hegley, ClerkenwellARTslab will offer a regular diet of song, poetry, laughs and cake. Great acts, yummy food, nice people. All for £8 or £5 concs. Here are the line-ups (subject
Delicious award-winning vegan food is just one of the many hyphenated reasons to pitch up at Klub Karamel, north London, on 11 March. Oh? There are others? Yes, including: + DJ Luminous Frenzy will be pro-decking it + Catherine Ashby and the Spare Ribs will be a-soothing you + Poet-cantor, Gabriel Moreno, with his band will
Huge thanks to the hundreds of people who shared Martha’s Gig with us on Saturday night (17 October). The performers: John Hegley, Dan Antopolski, Maria Friedman, Richard Frostick and the Islington Music Centre, Three Little Birds, Jessie Glynn, Simon John Moffitt Olamiju Fajemisin, Soul of the City Choir, The Flaming Yaks of Tibet, Oliver Hayes,
Music, laughs and poetry from great friends and talented youngsters: + The people’s poet laureate John Hegley + Original comedy from the brilliant Dan Antopolski And a feast of music from The Music Centre, Three Little Birds, Ollie Hayes, The Soul City Singers, The Flaming Yaks of Tibet, Jessica Glynn, and The Adam Hughes Quartet Plus poetry from Simon Moffitt Date: 17
CALL ME SNARLING AND THIN-SKINNED, but for years the Eurovision Song Contest has made me ponder the benefits of a snap in-out referendum. All that talent, all those costumes, all that electricity – and for what? That’s why, when David Cameron goes off to Brussels to explain that the UK – the most unequal country in
Did you know 25 May is the 90th anniversary of John T Scopes being indicted for teaching evolution in a Tennessee High School? A lot has changed since then. But thankfully some things have stayed quite similar. Here’s a chance to find out how some things happened. And others didn’t. This year.